The Smart Divorce — for a happier, healthier future
Move forward with focus, hope and confidence
Divorce is a process.This blog was created to inform, educate and empower you to think about all aspects of divorce; from the emotional and legal divorce to parenting, dating, creating a better life postdivorce and so on.Tips, ideas and information about divorce are offered throughout.
My name is Deborah Moskovitch and I went through a seven-year battle that nearly overwhelmed me emotionally and financially. Now I am using my experience, as well as insights that I have garnered from top divorce lawyers, financial advisers, counselors and other experts to help people get a “smart divorce,” as they move through life post-divorce and to advise them on how to position themselves for a better life and move on. I am a divorce coach, helping people choose their lawyers, strategize their approach to divorce, and deal with the negative emotions that can make divorce worse than it has to be. My goal is to help people manage the divorce process in a healthier and happier way.
Based on extensive research through personal interviews with leading divorce professionals across North America, I wrote the book The Smart Divorce: Proven Strategies and Valuable Advice from 100 Top Divorce Lawyers, Financial Advisers, Counselors and Other Experts (Chicago Review Press, July, 2007). The Smart Divorce is available wherever books are sold, amazon.com, amazon.ca, barnesandnoble.com and many other webseller book sites.
Use this blog as your resource.I have identified many sites which are an excellent source of information. I invite you to post your comments and share your thoughts. I look forward to hearing from you.
To learn more about The Smart Divorce visit www.thesmartdivorce.com
The information contained in The Smart Divorce website, blog, The Smart Divorce ToolKit, any and all resources is general in nature and does not constitute authoritative legal advice or psychological counsel. Laws vary according to state or jurisdiction and may have been amended since publication. The Smart Divorce resources should be used only in consultation with a licensed lawyer who is properly familiar with the specific legal matter in question. To acquire specific legal advice you need to seek the counsel of a qualified family law lawyer. To acquire psychological counsel, you will want to consult with a qualified psychological specialist.